Nolas, S-M. (2018) ‘Exploring the idioms of childhood publics’, Forschungszentrum Kindheiten Gesellschaften, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany (10thJuly 2018).

Nolas, S-M. (2018) ‘Childhood, participation and publics creating methodologies’, Participatory Media & Global Change workshop, School of Oriental and African Studies, UK (19thJune 2018).

Nolas, S-M. and Varvantakis, C. (2018) ‘‘You made me think … ‘Today I am becoming a pioneer…’: Childhood, biography and politics.” In Childhood, violence and psychological trauma: Transcultural perspectives workshop. University College of London, UK. (2nd March 2018).

Varvantakis, C. (2018) ‘Doing multimodal ethnography with children: The Connectors study,’ Anthropology of Education ECR Seminars, Freie Universitat Berlin (10th April 2018).

Aruldoss, V. (2017) ‘Tracing Indian girls’ embodied orientation towards public life’, Department of Geography Seminar Series, National University of Singapore (27th October 2017).

Aruldoss, V. (2017) ‘Emotion, childhood and public life’. Centre for Family and Population Research (CFPR) Lunchtime Seminar Series, National University of Singapore (27th October 2017).

Varvantakis, C. (2017) ‘Introduction to Ethnography’ Europa- Universität Flensburg, Germany (29th June 2016).

Varvantakis, C. (2017) ‘Imagination, reflection and representation: The cartographic method in an ethnographic research with children.’ The dimension of Space in Education and in Childhood, TEAPI- University of Athens. (29th May 2017).

Nolas, S-M. (2017) ‘Exploring the idioms of childhood publics’, Fragmented Systems? Exploring the role of policy in improving the UK’s record on child participation in relation to sexual abuse, violence and exploitation‘, The International Centre for Researching Child Sexual Exploitation, Violence, and Trafficking, University of Bedfordshire, London, U.K. (26th April). [Recording available via link]

Aruldoss, V. (2017) ‘Doing research with children: Some methodological and ethical reflections’, School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Central University of Tamil Nadu, India (11h April 2017).

Nolas, S-M. (2017) ‘Exploring the meaning of childhood publics in children’s and family’s everyday lives’, Centre for Applied Childhood, Youth and Family Research, University of Huddersfield, Open Seminar Series, Huddersfield (29th March 2017).

Varvantakis, C. and Nolas, S-M (2017) ‘Reflecting, imagining, representing: Children’s maps in a comparative ethnography’ LivingMaps Seminars: New Directions in Ethnocartography, London, UK (15th March 2017).

Nolas, S-M. (2017) ‘Exploring children’s encounters with the political at home’, University of Warwick, Centre for Education Studies, Coventry (8th March 2017).

Nolas, S-M. (2017) ‘Exploring the idioms of childhood publics’, Open University, CCIG Seminar Series, Faculty of Social Sciences, Milton Keynes (7th March 2017).

Nolas, S-M. (2017) ‘Childhood publics and the social psychology of participation: learning from younger children’s everyday lives’, Department of Psychology, Keele University, Lunchtime seminar series, Keele, (25th January 2017).

Nolas, S-M. (2016) ‘Childhood publics and everyday politics in childhood: implications for children’s participation in health services’, Kings College & London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Citizen Participation in Health: Critical Perspective Seminar Series, London (7th December 2016).

Nolas, S-M., Aruldoss, V. and Varvantakis, C. (2016) ‘The Connectors Study: Reflections on doing comparative ethnography with children’, Invited seminar at SPMVV Women’s College, Tirupati, India (18th November 2016).

Nolas, S-M. & Varvantakis, C. (2016) ‘The Connectors Study: Reflections on longitudinal qualitative research with children’, Invited talk at Impact Hub Athens, Greece (5th September 2016)

Varvantakis, C. (2016) ‘Kindheit, Bildung, Ethnographie’ (‘Childhood, Education, Ethnography’), Europa-Universität Flensburg, Germany (Invited workshop, May 2016; workshop report in German)

Nolas, S-M. Aruldoss, V. & Varvantakis, C. (2015) ‘Activism, childhood and the politics of age’, Department of Communication, Hyderabad Central University, Hyderabad, India (Invited Seminar, November 2015).

Nolas, S-M. (2014) ‘Introducing the Connectors Study’, Invited workshop to the First BPS Community Psychology Festival, London (Invited Presentation, November 2014).

Nolas, S-M. (2014) ‘The Connectors Study: Joining up the dots on children’s participation’, CIRCY Seminar Series, University of Sussex, Brighton UK (Invited Seminar, September 2014). [Recording available via link]